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All Saints Church John Theodore Comes, architect 1914
St. Nicholas Croatian Church 1900, Frederick Sauer, Architect Murals 1937, Maxo Vanka
Mount Assisi 1927 Edward J. Weber, architect
Dedicated to the noble deeds of Greenfield men and women who served their country in World Wars I and II and the lasting memory of their names
'Place of Beginning' at which the county survey commenced junction of Flaugherty Run and Ohio River created from Washington and Westmoreland counties. Approved by the General Assembly Sept. 24, 1788 Dedicated Sept. 24, 1988.
Dedicated in memory of the following people who are buried within the gates of this cemetery Ross Carter Rosie Cotter Margaret Cotter —————— Matilda Eberly Isabela Eberly —————…
Mario Lemieux's career was defined not only by spectacular talent but also by fierce determination and uncommon resilience - qualities that enabled him to break through adversity and overcome immense challenges both on and off the ice. Marion a…
Built in 1782 by Christian Linhart Early pioneer of Wikins Township
This tablet marks the birthplace of the aluminum industry in the United States. On the site of this building the Pittsburgh Reduction Company, now Aluminum Company of America, late in November, 1888, produced the first commercial run of aluminum b…
Observatory Hill was originall part of Allegheny City. Since Allegheny City's annexation to the City of Pittsburgh in 1907, the Observatory Hill district has expanded and is home to nearly 14,000 residents. The neighborhood features stately homes,…
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